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Progress for SH2 Ngatea

Progress for SH2 Ngatea

Posted May 29, 2020

Both lanes open over Queens Birthday weekend

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No new cases of COVID-19

No new cases of COVID-19

Posted May 29, 2020
Health

For the seventh day in a row, there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand.The total...

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Can wearing a mask protect you against coronavirus?

Can wearing a mask protect you against coronavirus?

Posted May 29, 2020
Health

For the public, staying home if you’re unwell, maintaining physical distancing and basic hygiene measures remain the most important way...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star Real Estate

Posted May 29, 2020
Sports , Podcasts

Brian Gentil had a catch up with Marcus Howie, the Thames Valley Rugby Football Union Development Officer with news of...

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Support for arts and music sector recovery announced

Support for arts and music sector recovery announced

Posted May 29, 2020
Music / Entertainment / Events , History / Arts / Culture

Thousands of jobs will be supported through today’s $175 million package in an economic boost to support the arts and...

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Gatherings can increase from 10 to 100 from midday today

Gatherings can increase from 10 to 100 from midday today

Posted May 29, 2020
Business , Music / Entertainment / Events

Amendments to the Government Order allowing gatherings to increase from 10 people to 100 people take effect from 12 midday...

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Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Council Matters with Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams

Posted May 28, 2020
Council Matters , Podcasts

Hauraki District Mayor Toby Adams joined Brian Gentil for a catch up on Thursday morning.

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No new cases of COVID-19 - one new death in COVID-19 tally

No new cases of COVID-19 - one new death in COVID-19 tally

Posted May 28, 2020
Health

Today there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand. The total number of confirmed cases remains...

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An unsettled outlook for Queen’s Birthday Weekend

An unsettled outlook for Queen’s Birthday Weekend

Posted May 28, 2020
Weather

MetService is forecasting unsettled weather for this long weekend and a warm start to winter on the 1st of June....

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OceanaGold Projects Update

OceanaGold Projects Update

Posted May 27, 2020
Business

Kit Wilson from OceanaGold called in for a suitably distanced face to face chat with Brian Gentil about OceanaGold's mining...

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No new cases of COVID-19

No new cases of COVID-19

Posted May 27, 2020
Health

For a fifth consecutive day, there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand.

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Gypsy Day going ahead

Gypsy Day going ahead

Posted May 27, 2020
Business

Also known as Gypsy Day, Moving Day is on June 1 when many dairy farming families, sharemilkers, contract milkers and...

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Western Bay recycling centres and greenwaste drop-off sites open from June 2

Western Bay recycling centres and greenwaste drop-off sites open from June 2

Posted May 27, 2020
Council Matters

It’s been a patient wait but from next week all Western Bay recycling centres and greenwaste drop-off sites will be...

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Gold FM Police File

Gold FM Police File

Posted May 27, 2020
Emergency Services , Podcasts

Senior Community Constable Harley North reported in on local police work and shared crime prevention advice. Listen to our podcast...

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The 60 Second Sell challenge – School students chance to win $500 and showcase the Coromandel

The 60 Second Sell challenge – School students chance to win $500 and showcase the Coromandel

Posted May 27, 2020
Council Matters , Business

Thames Coromandel Mayor Sandra Goudie has launched a challenge competition to school students around the Coromandel, as a way to...

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Water restrictions in Waihi and Waikino will be lifted today

Water restrictions in Waihi and Waikino will be lifted today

Posted May 27, 2020
Council Matters , Environmental

Water restrictions in Waihi and Waikino will be lifted today, thanks to the awesome water saving efforts of the two...

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Motorists encouraged to plan ahead for safe winter on Waikato roads

Motorists encouraged to plan ahead for safe winter on Waikato roads

Posted May 27, 2020
Road Info

Waikato motorists are being encouraged to plan ahead to minimise delays and keep themselves and other road users safe, as...

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Thames Coromandel Update with Mayor Sandra Goudie

Thames Coromandel Update with Mayor Sandra Goudie

Posted May 26, 2020

Supporting local businesses, keeping people in jobs and keeping the economy churning in her communities is what Thames Coromandel Mayor...

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No new cases of COVID-19

No new cases of COVID-19

Posted May 26, 2020
Health

Once again, there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The total number of confirmed...

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Manaia local airlifted to Waikato

Manaia local airlifted to Waikato

Posted May 26, 2020
Emergency Services

At 6pm on Saturday evening the Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to the Coromandel township of Manaia where an...

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Mixed bag of weather for the coming days

Mixed bag of weather for the coming days

Posted May 26, 2020
Weather

MetService is forecasting unsettled weather for many as several fronts affect the country over the next few days.

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Coromandel MP Moves to Top Ten

Coromandel MP Moves to Top Ten

Posted May 26, 2020
Media Release

Coromandel MP Scott Simpson has been promoted in new National Party Leader Todd Muller’s front bench line up. The Coromandel...

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Bonus ticket wins $1 million for Waihi couple

Bonus ticket wins $1 million for Waihi couple

Posted May 26, 2020
Media Release

A Waihi couple couldn’t believe their luck when they won $1 million with Lotto First Division on a bonus ticket....

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Gatherings of up to 100 allowed from noon this Friday

Gatherings of up to 100 allowed from noon this Friday

Posted May 25, 2020
Business , Health

Gatherings of up to 100 allowed from noon this Friday

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Shaky start to the week in the North Island

Shaky start to the week in the North Island

Posted May 25, 2020
Environmental , Emergency Services

A strong Magnitude 5.8 earthquake that occurred 30km north-west of Levin at 7.34 am this morning tops GeoNet’s previous felt...

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted May 25, 2020
Emergency Services

It was another fairly busy week for Waihi Fire and Rescue with 6 call outs. Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens...

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Government exempts some home improvements from costly consents

Government exempts some home improvements from costly consents

Posted May 25, 2020
Media Release

Homeowners, builders and DIYers will soon have an easier time making basic home improvements as the Government scraps the need...

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Today there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand.

Today there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand.

Posted May 25, 2020
Health

Today there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand The total number of confirmed cases of...

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Group events at Level 2

Group events at Level 2

Posted May 22, 2020
Health

Heading into Saturday and Sunday, a reminder that the maximum number of people who can gather remains at 10 for...

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Todd Muller ousts Simon Bridges

Todd Muller ousts Simon Bridges

Posted May 22, 2020

Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller has ousted his National Party Leader Simon Bridges. With just four months until New...

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